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FOX News
Aug 18, 2013 9:00pm PDT
centralize the government as much as they can in violation of the constitution, those of us who believe in individual liberty and private property rights and the rule of law and the constitution need to look at the constitution for answers. and it provides one under article v. two methods to amend the constitution. >> as you say, we'll put on the screen to explain. >> two methods. one of which has been used successfully. we have 27 amendments to the constitution. one which is not. but that second method is not radical. it's not weird. it's there because the framers put it there and they put tlit for a reason. the second method for amending the constitution. the first is two thirds of the congress proposing. in this instance, it's two thirds of the states. calling a convention. not a constitutional convention. article v talks about a convention for the purpose of amending the constitution. you still three three fourths of the state to ratify. we have a runaway congress and supreme court and bureaucracy and president. this is a system put in place specifically by the framers and g
FOX News
Aug 18, 2013 6:00pm PDT
ways to centralize the government as much as we can in violation to the constitution. those of us who believe in individual liberty the rule of law need to look at the constitution for answers. two methods for amending the constitution one two-thirds of both houses. >> there are two methods. >> one of which has been used successfully we have 22 amendments to the constitution. one which is not. that second method is not radical, it's not weird it's there because the framers put it there and they put it there for a reason. the second method for amending the constitution the first was two-thirds of congress proposing a congress to the state three fourth of the states ratifying. in this it is two-thirds of the states calling it convention not a konsz tugsnal convention. it calls for a purpose for amending the constitution proposing amendments. we still need the states to ratify. you wouldn't have a run away convention as we have today a run away congress and supreme court and bureaucracy and president. it is put in place specifically by the framers. george mason insisted on it and got
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